It’s a bit of a no-brainer: Get a new ring.

And not just a new one.

The more you spend, the more you get out of it.

That’s the advice from jewelry expert, and former fashion editor, Lauren Kiley.

You need to get rid of the old one and get something new.

If you want to do it right, you should start by making a list of what you’re looking for in a new, clean ring.

You’ll need the following items: the material you’re going to be using to replace the old ring The exact size of the ring you’re buying.

It has to fit comfortably in your hand or pocket The material of the new ring The ring you want The size of a ring The type of material you want it to be (diamond, sterling silver, or a similar material) The shape of the diamond or sterling silver ring you plan on buying The size and shape of your diamond or silver ring.

Here’s what you’ll need to know about the different materials: How much jewelry you need to buy depends on what size you want your ring to be and how much you want the shape.

For example, a 2-ounce ring (about $25) might cost you $35 to $40.

You can get a new 1-ounce or 2-pound ring for $30 to $35.

If your ring needs to be replaced more than once, you can get them all in one order and pay for them in a single transaction.

You might want to try to get your rings from an authorized dealer first, so you know exactly which ones are safe to use.

If it’s the first ring you get, you may want to consider a ring for a special occasion, like a wedding.

Here are the three basic materials you should look for in your new ring: diamond or other hard metal alloy of at least 6-carat size (a 2-caron gold ring would be about $125 to $150) If you’re making a diamond ring, you want a clear-cut diamond, but you might also want to look for a clear diamond with a similar hardness to your old one.

That can be an inexpensive, simple, and durable choice.

Sterling silver is the most popular of the metals, but it’s also one of the hardest and most expensive.

You could spend as much as $250 to $400 on a sterling silver jewelry ring.

For smaller sizes, you might want a 1-caro sterling silver or a 2.5-caros sterling silver.

Diamonds and other hard materials can also be very hard to sharpen, so they might require some patience.

You may want some sort of sharpening device to help you keep your new, cleaned ring looking sharp.

Darnell Moore, a jewelry expert and jewelry specialist at The Knot, has recommended using a sharpening stone to help sharpen your new stone.

Moore said he’s seen clients who are able to sharp up to 4 carats in a few hours.

He recommends getting a diamond knife with a cutting blade, and then a 1.5 to 2-inch diamond tip and a small sharpening wheel.

A 1-inch tip is fine for a 1 caro ring, but Moore recommends getting the larger tip to make sure your new one is sharp enough to use with a sharp knife.

A small, sharpening tool with a small blade will also be a great addition for the smaller sizes.

The same rule applies to the shape of a diamond.

The size, shape, and shape and density of the diamonds you’ll want to use should also be up to you.

Some of Moore’s clients have reported finding diamond rings that look “really pretty” after only a few days of wear.

The shape and size of your new diamond ring should be something you’re happy with, so don’t worry if it looks a little off.

(This is a good time to mention that the shape and the density of your ring could change if you’re replacing a diamond that has been broken in the middle.)

What about color?

Most of the time, the color of your newly-cleaned ring will be the same as your old ring.

Moore recommends that you start with a clear, non-reflective, natural-colored stone.

If that’s not possible, he recommends getting some bright, contrasting color for your new metal.

For a ring with a diamond shape, Moore recommends a clear white diamond.

For diamond shapes that have a sapphire coating on them, Moore suggests a clear gold or white diamond, and a clear blue or white sapply sapplys.

He also recommends that if you plan to use your ring with other materials, that they be of a color that matches the material.

He says the best way to tell if a new stone is natural is to have it sit on the stone for a few minutes, and if it’s still a clear stone, it’s a natural stone